Oppo F1 smartphone was launched in January 2016. The phone comes with a 5.00-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 720 pixels by 1280 pixels at a PPI of 294 pixels per inch. If you want a budget handset that people won't instantly recognise, the Oppo F1 is a top choice. The Oppo F1 is out to deliver on a whole load of s-words: skinny, smooth, sleek. It also looks great, at least from the back
The Oppo F1's display is classic mid-range Phone. It's got a 5-inch 720p IPS LCD, . It packs 3 GB of RAM and Snapdragon 616 octa-core processor. Oppo F1 runs Android Lollipop.
The Oppo F1's custom software adds a bunch of extras too. Fiddle around in the settings menu and you can get the phone to wake with a double tap on the screen, or launch the camera when you draw an 'O' on the display. Oppo F1 offers 13 MP of rear camera and 8 MP of front camera.
The Oppo F1's software won't sit well with everyone, and it doesn't feel quite as speedy as using the Google Now Launcher, but that's mostly because it uses some longer screen transition animations. This phone is pretty fast. It has more power than it strictly needs, if anything. The Oppo F1 has a Snapdragon 616 CPU
The importance of those numbers can be overstated, though. The Snapdragon 616 still has a fairly humble Adreno 405 GPU, meaning graphics performance is actually not on the same level as some older phones that might score similarly in Geekbench.
Before you get too confused: you don't need to worry about this much. While having this chipset means some games won't let you turn on certain special graphics extras, gaming performance in general is spot on. The Oppo F1 is a surprisingly great budget games phone, matching good specs with that loud speaker. Oppo F1 review